In the aftermath of an astonishing and crushing week, I found some solace, wisdom and healing in two particular programs in digital media this week.
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The other slice of comfort and understanding came from one of my favorite podcasts, The New Yorker Radio Hour. Editor and host David Remnick talks with staff writers Amy Davidson and George Packer, who help decode what happened and what it might all mean. On the second half of the show, Remnick shares his interview with Leonard Cohen, who died this week at the age of 82. The conversation was recorded just a few months ago as Cohen was succumbing to cancer and staring death in the face.